PODCAST: Sounds of Berklee—Phé

By 
Mike Keefe-Feldman
May 9, 2017
Phé, also known as Natasha Pheko
Phé (Natasha Pheko), a 2017 Berklee graduate, kicks off her post-Berklee career as a finalist in this year's International Songwriting Competition.
Image courtesy of the artist

Contemporary R&B singer-songwriter Phé is soon to release her debut EP, Crisis. A member of Berklee's graduating class of 2017, Phé is otherwise known as Natasha Pheko, a Canadian student who came to Berklee—with support via the Slaight Family Scholarship—from Vancouver after studying at the Sarah McLachlan School of Music, a member of the Berklee City Music Network.

While studying professional music at Berklee, Phé sang background vocals on Aloe Blacc’s top 10 hit single "The Man," and also released her own debut single, "Incredible."

"It was my baby, and I wanted it to be perfect," Phé says of "Incredible." "I wanted it to be honest and real."

This episode of Sounds of Berklee features that song, which is a finalist in this year's International Songwriting Competition, as well as an interview with Phé about her years at Berklee and her future plans.

Credits

Producer: Mike Keefe-Feldman
Recording engineer: Andres González Cardona
Sound editor: Tony Brown
Recorded in partnership with the Berklee Internet Radio Network (BIRN).